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The Internet has changed the way we do business and the way we conduct our politics. The first blogger permitted to officially cover a White House press briefing examines how the world wide web will transform political campaigns in the new century.
- Garrett Graff Editor at large at "Washingtonian" magazine and the founding editor of the blog FishbownDC.com. He teaches journalism and new media at Georgetown University.
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